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What to do for vocial cord dysfunctiom?

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Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice
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In brief: SEE ENT specialist

An e.N.T. (ear/nose /throat) doctor who specializes in vocal cord pathology (problems) is your best bet.
They can diagnose the exact problem and treat it.

In brief: SEE ENT specialist

An e.N.T. (ear/nose /throat) doctor who specializes in vocal cord pathology (problems) is your best bet.
They can diagnose the exact problem and treat it.
Dr. Allen Seely
Dr. Allen Seely
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Dr. Dennis Clifford
See a speech therapist to get exercises to help control the condition.
Dr. Al Pokorny
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Speech Therapy

Vocal cord dysfunction is characterized by an inspiratory noise and obstruction when breatyhing hard, usually during exercise and tends to affect young female athletes most often.
It usually improves with speech therap[y, and sometimes is also treated with anti-reflux medications.

In brief: Speech Therapy

Vocal cord dysfunction is characterized by an inspiratory noise and obstruction when breatyhing hard, usually during exercise and tends to affect young female athletes most often.
It usually improves with speech therap[y, and sometimes is also treated with anti-reflux medications.
Dr. Al Pokorny
Dr. Al Pokorny
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Dr. Patrick Melder
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: See an ENT

I would start by seeing an ent.
More specifically, you should see an ENT who specifically treats voice disorders - a laryngologist.

In brief: See an ENT

I would start by seeing an ent.
More specifically, you should see an ENT who specifically treats voice disorders - a laryngologist.
Dr. Patrick Melder
Dr. Patrick Melder
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